Important notice!


Here is the  revised schedule of services for the next few weeks.

Sunday Morning Service:
From 13th September, our morning services will be at 10:30am at our normal venue every Sunday (Riversdale Community College). Please read the health notice below.

Sunday School:
Our Sunday school for children will continue to hold on Zoom at 5pm.

Sunday Evening Service:
Our Sunday evening service for all will continue to be held on Zoom at 6:30pm until further notice. We hope to have this service in person shortly, so keep checking this page for updates.
It’s easy to connect with us on Zoom. Please text 085 702 1425 if you need help with this.


Health Notice:
If you have had any of the symptoms of Covid 19; are self-isolating; awaiting test results or have felt unwell in the 14 days prior to attending an in-person service, please text our nurse on 087 782 2321 prior to attending. She will call you back to discuss your options. This number is available 9am to 9pm daily.
Please note that Government health regulations require us to keep a record of attendance for use in contact tracing in the unlikely event of an outbreak of Covid 19. Please cooperate with this. Due to the constantly changing situation in relation to the Corona virus pandemic, you are requested to visit this page regularly for the latest information.


Bible-believing, Independent Baptist Church

Meeting at Riversdale Community College, Blanchardstown Road North

Weekly services











*Location changes monthly and is announced weekly.

Sound Bible teaching

Blanchardstown Baptist Church has a strong emphasis on sound bible teaching.

Traditional hymns

At Blanchardstown Baptist Church, we sing traditional hymns that focus on the Lord.


At all BBC Sunday Services, there is a crèche available for children under 5 years old.

Sunday School classes

On Sunday evenings, we have Sunday School classes for all ages - from children to adults.

Our Pastor

Pastor Derry O'SullivanPastor Derry O'Sullivan

Born and bred in County Cork, Pastor Derry came to know Christ while a student at UCC. After graduating, he moved to the UK for work and became involved in Leeds City Mission in his spare time. There the Lord called him into full-time ministry. For five years, Pastor Derry pastored a church in the south of England before being burdened to plant Bible-believing churches in his home country. In 1989, he returned to Ireland and started Blanchardstown Baptist Church. In 1992, Blanchardstown Baptist Church was officially chartered as an assembly. Pastor Derry lives in Blanchardstown with his wife Wendy. They have three grown-up children.

If you have any questions, feel free to ring Pastor Derry on 085 702 1425 or email Save Save





Dublin 15, Ireland


085 702 1425

+353 85 702 1425